This course encourages students to create new materials: fabric for clothing or furniture, raw materials such as paint, wood, polymers, stationery and cosmetics (make-up, soap, cream, etc.).
he textile designer, in essence, creates colour and material harmonies, continually seeking new visual appearances, new textures and even other sensory approaches (smell, sound…).
Thanks to a teaching staff made up of recognised professionals and numerous partnerships with influential stakeholders in the fashion industry, LISAA is widely recognised, notably by the French Ministry of Culture and Communications. LISAA is also ranked as the fourth private fashion school preferred by professionals (L’Étudiant, 2015).
Preparation for the BTS Fashion Design, Textiles and Environment course - Textiles, Materials and Surface option takes places over two years following a Foundation year (MANAA) year or a Bac STD2A (French Science and Technology of Design qualification). The Fashion Design, Textiles and Environment BTS is a state-registered qualification (equivalent to Bac+2 years of further education).
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Student selection is done by dossier and an interview, submitted at the end of a Foundation year (MANAA) at LISAA or elsewhere. A baccalaureate level of studies (or equivalent) is required. Students who have not studied design as part of their final high school studies are required to follow a MANAA course which will enable them to study the fundamental elements of observational drawing, documentary studies, life drawing, outdoor drawing, colour, history of art…